Movie Afternoon -P6/5

One of our activities in the last week of term will be a movie afternoon as a way of saying thank-you to you all for your hard work.


The film has to be rated U and available on DVD to play on the smart-board.

Can you recommend a good film for the class to watch. Please justify your choice.

Thanksgiving P6/5

This week we have been learning about Thanksgiving. We have written excellent reports and created posters to display our learning. Look out for pictures of our completed posters next week.

We created paper turkeys and thought about the things we are thankful for in our own lives.

P6A Review of Week ending 27.11.20

We have researched and taken notes on the Muscles in the human body.  We then used our notes to create an Information Report.

We finished our novel Holes and the movie Holes and compared the two.

In numeracy we are still trying to get quicker at recalling our times tables and used this knowledge in long multiplication sums.

Some of us brushed up on our European facts ready for the Euro Quiz team selection.

We have continued to study how to keep safe on line.

What has been your


Enjoy our St Andrew’s Day holiday on Monday.

P6A Weekly Review

We worked together to solve our Group Work Problem on shapes today.  Flo’s group thought that it was challenging as remembering the shape names was tricky but also enjoyed it.

Learning about the different types of joints.  Anna

Adam enjoyed finding out about onomatopoeia.

Some of us got our telephone call to our parents for an update on our progress.  Jamie

Flo has worked hard on the written method of multiplication.

Primary 6a – please add your own highlight in the comments over the weekend.

Making model joints was fun too.


P6A Lest We Forget

Today we listened to The Poppy Story and learned about Remembrance Day.   We heard the poem In Flanders Fields by John McCrae and thought it was very sad.

We made poppies to take home and put in our windows for tomorrow, 11th November, to remember and think about servicemen and women who have served their country in any war, not just the First World War.


We also created some effective silhouette remembrance art work to display in our classroom.   Here is a small selection.

We will be thinking and remembering about veterans tomorrow at 11.00 am.